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$
110
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Enjoy this interesting history tour of the Mayan people of Belize, from the country’s earliest inhabitants, all the way up to the modern-day Mayan people. As your guide leads you through ... morethe Mayan caves where the Mayan people used to dwell, you will learn more about the glyphs and carvings on the caves, and how the network of caves is connected to the ancient Mayan cities. Also learn about the three distinct Mayan people groups- the Mopan, Yucatec, and Kekchi, who each speak their own language. Your guide will introduce you to local Maya people who still speak these languages and you will get to learn some Mayan words. You will also learn more about the Mayan calendar, Mayan gods, and Mayan traditions and rituals. Learn about the sacred copal and other herbs used in Mayan healing and Mayan rituals and traditions that took place in the caves, which the Mayan people were entrances to Xibalba, or the underworld. Learn about the sacred copal and other herbs used in Mayan healing and Mayan rituals and traditions that took place in the caves, which the Mayan people were entrances to Xibalba, or the underworld. Learn more about other Mayan legends and superstitions on this fantastic tour.
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
$
143
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Meet a local artist who practices the ancient art of Mayan pottery and ceramic making. He or she will demonstrate the process of ceramics making, from shaping the clay to baking it. ... moreThe Mayan people found natural pigments to make their beautiful, handmade pottery colorful. Learning how the process of ceramic making changed and developed throughout the periods, and how it is still practiced today. The local artist will even let you try your hand at making your own beautiful pottery- come take this fun and interactive class and come home with your own handmade souvenir!
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
$
114
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
kombucha is a slightly fermented, effervescent, sweetened herbal drink that is claimed to have health benefits such as helping with heart health, weight management, and digestive health. ... moreMeet Evan and Lainey, who make kombucha in their beautiful jungle yoga ashram that overlooks the spectacular Monkey Falls in Cristo Rey. Learn how they make it with fresh exotic herbs such as chaya, gumbo limbo, and more. Sample several different delicious varieties and buy a bottle or two to bring home to share with family or friends!
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
$
114
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Take a stunning guided tour at night when the air is cool and the jungle comes alive with the sounds of jaguars, bats, and howler monkeys. Take a hike to a small mountaintop where ... moreyou will get a breathtaking view of the stars and constellations and marvel in the mystery that is the jungle at night. An unforgettable experience!
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
$
114
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Follow your experienced guide on a night hike through the Belizean jungle, where you will trace the footsteps of the ancient Mayan people who first occupied the forests and caves. ... moreListen for bats, owls, jaguars, and other creatures, as the jungle comes alive with sounds at night. As you walk along the winding nature trails, your guide will give you a thorough and interesting history of the people who first walked these forests.
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
$
110
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Enter, if you dare into our scary forest, where the jungle comes alive at night with eerie sights and sounds. This 45-minute walk through our haunted forest on a winding jungle trail ... moreleads you past ancient trees, old Mayan pathways, and a prehistoric Mayan staircase ascending to the mouth of a gaping cave. What’s lurking in the shadows? An ominous light and an unsettling mist beckon you forward. You are not alone. Are you brave enough to see what you will encounter?

This bone-chilling tour is a 4-hour tour located right in the beautiful 300+ acre adventure park.
$
114
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
This whole day tour includes 4 different attractions 1000 ft fall Rio On Pools Big rock And a stop at Francis Ford Coppola Lodge
$
110
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Spend the day visiting three of Belize’s famous Mayan ruins Benque Ruins Xunantunich Cahal Pech
$
173
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
Provider:
Belize is known for its rich natural resources and our many attractions. So spend the day doing the three best things in Belize. The first attraction will be the cave that is in this ... morenew adventure park called Cave World Adventures. Then we’ll go to visit the famous Xunantunich Mayan ruin and then end the tour by heading to the waterfalls.
What to bring:
-packed breakfast and/or lunch
-bottled water and/or snacks

What to wear:
-comfortable clothing and hiking/running shoes
$
15
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
You will join us at the downtown San Ignacio where we will be hearing the cultural music. We will have a one-hour cultural dance session where you will get to learn to dance to the ... moretraditional Garifuna music also known to the locals as the "national music of Belize" which is called PUNTA. Punta came from the African word "Bunda" which means the movement of your buttocks. :-)
$
155
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
The Mystical Mayan Experience is a three (3) part tour: (VEGAN/VEGETARIAN-FRIENDLY) First stop: The San Ignacio Farmers Market where you will be introduced to the native crops that ... moreare in season in Belize, sampling exotic fruits. You will also get to see cultural foods, arts and crafts and "Made in Belize" souvenirs.

Second stop: Then off we go to one of our beautiful ancient Mayan sites; we choose between Xunantunich or Cahal Pech. There we will talk about the indigenous Mayans of Belize and what life was like for them back in the BC and early AD era. Guests get to explore and climb selected temples.

Third stop: To San Antonio Village we go. This is one of the few villages in the country of Belize where the people still follow their Mayan Traditions. Timotea and her family will welcome you and show you how to make your own corn tortillas and how to eat it in the Mayan way. You also get to sample the atole which is a Mayan corn drink. One of the highlights of the trip is the ceramic pottery making, and yes you get to make your own pottery of your choice. And finally, we sit down and eat a traditional Mayan lunch made from the crops harvested by the Women's Coop.

With our stomach's, minds and heart's content we deliver you back to San Ignacio Town or your place of stay so you can unwind and continue to enjoy your day.
$
35
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
We meet at the Cayo Welcome Center where you get an introduction to Belize and San Ignacio and a glimpse of what life was like before the Welcome center was built. We then take a walk ... moredown Burns avenue also known as the Tourist street, walking up to the Constitution park where we talk about the colonial history of the community in comparison to what we presently see.

We point out major historical buildings and landmarks like the San Ignacio Police Station and the Hawkesworth Bridge which we will also take a walkover as we go to the twin town of Santa Elena. We will make a stop at one of our major tortilla factories where guests get to learn how modern-day corn tortillas are made and the processes and machines being used.

We cross back into San Ignacio town using the low wooden bridge where you get some history of the Macal River that flows beneath it. Our final stop will be the San Ignacio Farmers Market where you get to sample exotic Belizean fruits, learn medicinal values of the foods and herbs available and make your own corn tortilla the traditional Mayan way. We then take you back to the Cayo Welcome Center as we end the tour.
$
55
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
We'll pick you up at the Cayo Welcome Center and we walk over to the Wildfire Artzmosphere where you will be greeted with a glass of local Belizean wine. After which you will get indulge ... morein 4 Belizean dishes filled with spices in every bite as we explore and enjoy foods from 4 of our major cultures within Belize. We start with a Creole delicacy and one of my childhood favorites, "Boil Up". Boil Up just as the name implies, is a number of boiled local root vegetables, eggs, pigtail and fish covered in a special coconut flavored tomato and onion sauce.
From there we delve into the savory sensations of the Mestizo culture. You will get to indulge in the diverse corn based foods and enjoy Belizeans favorites; salbutes, garnaches and empanadas. Of course we will be having Mayan food as well and since we already had so much corn we're going to have some "Relleno de negro" which is a Mayan specialty also known to locals as "black dina" with coconut white rice. Last but definitely not the least, we discover the authentic flavors of the Garifuna culture where we get to eat some Darasa with coconut curried vegetables and stewed beef. Darasa can be considered the Garifuna version of the Belizean tamales. We end by making our own Belizean sweet treat called "Wangla". This Experience is guaranteed to leave you "Belizeanized!"
$
20
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
The Belizean people, especially those from the rural Creole villages, make wines from every fruit, herb and vegetables they have available. These wines are made using simple ingredients ... moresuch as brown sugar and what ever fruit, herb or vegetable you chose to flavor it with. Wine drinking is done for recreation and healing purposes. We meet you at the Cayo Welcome Center and we walk over to the Wildfire Artzmosphere where you get to relax and begin your wine tasting. You get to chose 5 flavors from a variety of local herbs and fruit flavors including banana, mango, strong back herb, spiced t-back herb . . .
$
30
/ Person
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
This tour is done in collaboration with the Drums, not Guns Program. A member of the Program will be your instructor, teaching you the art of holding your drums, some history of the ... moreSambai and how to play.
$
125
/ Adult
Departs From:
San Ignacio Town
It’s going to be an eventful day so be sure to wear comfortable clothing and shoes. This tour will start within a few miles of San Ignacio in air-conditioned transport to Xunantunich. ... moreXunantunich is a national treasure that fills its visitors with a sense of time travel. It sits close to Belize’s western border and is a must-visit. Local souvenirs, hammocks, and blankets are available from the many vendors waiting alongside the river at the entrance to the hand-cranked ferry that has carried many thousands to and from the calm beauty of this Maya Temple.

The panoramic views of the Cayo District and nearby Guatemala from atop ‘El Castillo’ are stupendous! Come with an open heart to experience simplicity and visiting another world for a few hours before heading off to Jaguar Paw for cave tubing & zip lining.

When you’ve arrived at the outpost, you will meet your tour guides who will issue inflatable tubes, headlamps, and life vests. You’ll be given a basic orientation and safety briefing before heading off on a 30-minute hike which includes wading through a few knee-deep water streams.

Once at the entrance of the cave system, it’s time for your ancient Maya underworld adventure. You’ll see intricate crystalline formations that line the cave with a majestic rise and fall of stalagmites and stalactites that add to the serene richness and grandiose of Xibalba as it’s known. After exiting the cave, you’ll emerge into the sunlight and free float downstream, ushered by the gentle current and little rapids, to the harmony of birds and natural wildlife which routes back to where the tour started.